19th Annual AISA Conference – Feb 1 & 2

Announcing the 19thAnnual American Indian Studies Association Conference,  “Unsettling American History:  American Indian Studies in the time of the Trump Administration, White Supremacy, and Settler Nationalism” to be held on February 1 & 2, 2018 at Arizona State University, Tempe Campus.

The organizers of the AISA Conference welcome proposals for paper and panel presentations, posters, roundtables, film screenings, and workshops. Consideration will be given to other topics that relate to American Indian issues. Proposals from faculty; students at colleges, universities, and tribal colleges; community-based scholars, elders, and professionals working in the field are encouraged and welcomed.

The following topics are welcomed:

  • Decolonizing Public Space: Removing Settler Colonial Historical Presence
  • “Taking Sides” in Re-Presentations of US History
  • Healing through Resistance
  • Indigenous Lives Matter: American Indians in the Age of Trump
  • Re-Imagining the Indigenous Landscape: Trump Era Environmentalism
  • Struggle to Preserve Natural/Cultural Resources
  • Culturally Appropriate and Historically Accurate Memorials
  • Changing or revisioning monuments, names of people and places, boarding schoo

    s, and universities (Amherst College) that continue to glorify of the genocide of Indigenous Peoples.

Please see the PDF document for more information about the conference, and how to submit proposals. If you have any questions, please contact Michael Yellow Bird atMichael.Yellowbird@ndsu.edu or Aaron Woods at awoods@asu.edu .